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I am assuming that you are talking about having multiple Submit Buttons on the PDF version (and not the HTML version) of the fillable form.
If that it the case then you can add submit buttons to the form if you have Adobe Acrobat.
For example in Acrobat XI here is what you need to do :
First open your form and do File > Save a Copy...
Open the copy of the form then go to Tools > Forms > Edit
Find the Submit button and copy and paste the button where ever you want on the form.
Once you are done make sure you File > Save as Other... > Reader Extended PDF > Enable More Tools (includes form fill-in & save)...
This last step allows people using reader to be able to fill out the form and save it before submitting it.
Hope this helps
I started with a blank form in forms central and used it to build an order form. Some of my customers may not need ever page so I was hoping to put a submit button at the end of each page.
Your customers are filling up the HTML form (web form in the browser)? If you are using the HTML form and you have a paid account your might want to use Skip logic to skip pages. For more information see this this post : http://forums.adobe.com/message/3763831#3763831
On the HTML form a page can either have a "Next" or a "Submit" button but not both.
Thanks! That is just what I needed!